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Pierre Bonnard museum in le Cannet


Horaires d'ouverture
Le musée est ouvert du mardi au dimanche.
Basse saison
Septembre > Juin
10h - 18h

Haute saison
Juillet & Août :
10h - 20h

Nocturne le jeudi jusqu'à 21h

Jours de fermeture
Fermé le lundi. Fermé le 1er janvier, 1er mai, 1er novembre & 25 décembre.

Fermé durant les périodes de changement d'accrochage.

Tarifs d'entrée
Plein tarif : 5 €
Tarif réduit : 3,50 €
Famille (2 adultes et 2 enfants + de 12 ans) : 10 €

Exposition temporaire
Les Collections du musée ne sont pas visibles ou en parties seulement durant les expositions temporaires.
Plein tarif : 7 €
Tarif réduit : 5 €
Famille (2 adultes et 2 enfants + de 12 ans) : 14 €

Pierre Bonnard museum in le Cannet

The only one in the world
Musée Bonnard
16, bd Sadi Carnot
Tel: +33 (0)4 92 18 24 42
More Informations about Le Cannet

This unique museum dedicated to post-impressionist painter, Pierre Bonnard, opened in Le Cannet in the summer this year. The 900m² space, spread over five floors of a Belle Epoque villa and its accompanying contemporary extension, includes a huge entrance area, shop, education room, screen room and terrace, which opens on to the garden. The museum’s inaugural exhibition, “Bonnard and Le Cannet in the light of the Mediterranean” is available to view until 25 September 2011. The exhibition has around forty paintings and twenty works on paper and retraces the work of Bonnard, who spent the last twenty years of his life in Le Cannet.


06 Novembre 2014 - Berengere

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